With a lifetime of simultaneously managing multiple responsibilities, Jessica has a reputation for meeting and exceeding expectations regardless of the complexity. She is a trial attorney experienced in construction defect, business litigation, and contractual disputes. Jessica believes that you do not do your best and hope it is good enough to succeed. Instead, you refuse to let your best be anything less than what is required to succeed. She takes this attitude into every aspect of her representation.
Jessica graduated from the University of North Florida Honors Program with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. She then graduated third in her class from Florida Coastal School of Law in 2020 with her Juris Doctorate. During law school Jessica served simultaneously as the Managing Editor of Law Review, the Director of Student Ambassadors, and as a member on the Moot Court Honor Board and the Mock Trial Honor Board. She also worked as the teaching assistant for Contracts II and earned Book Awards for Contracts II, Criminal Law, and Pretrial Litigation Drafting. Jessica also received the Best Closing Award for the Mock Trial competition.
Excelling in writing, Jessica published her first article, Meeting the Religious Organization Exemption to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Choosing the Proper Test, in the May 2020 Florida Coastal Law Review. Subsequently she has written multiple other short articles, such as Stand Tall or Lay Low, published in the Jacksonville Daily Record.
Jessica, a Florida native from Fort Pierce, moved to Jacksonville for the second time in 2015 to attend law school. She currently resides in Ponte Vedra Beach with her husband and two beautiful daughters, Lorelei and Kaye. Lorelei is an avid ballerina and Kaye enjoys cheerleading. Jessica is a former tennis instructor and current outdoor enthusiast. She enjoys paddleboarding, camping, fishing, and anything near a large body of water. She has traveled globally with her young daughters and enjoys experiencing other cultures together as a family.